Noon News: Google+ Brand Pages, iMAME Dos Emulator, BT Expands Superfast Broadband Cover in Scotland

Google has extended its social networking site Google+ brand pages into its search results. The move, according to many analysts, could trigger a fresh controversy regarding what could be termed as anti-competitive behaviour shown by the undisputed king of the Internet search market.

The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) has claimed that the continent's ISPs should play a greater role in cyber security. In its 'Economics of Security: Facing the Challenges' report, ENISA asked European Union nations to encourage ISPs to clean virus infected computers on their networks.

A new app, iMAME that includes a handful of classic arcade games has been made available by Apple in its App Store. Though the new app seems too luscious for the fanboys of the arcade genre to resist, it has been speculated that the app might not, after all, last too long in the store-shelves.

It has been a while now since the iPhone maker, Apple Inc., has been offering its moderately popular Complete My Album (CMA) upgrade program to its users. The program allows those users who had purchased single tracks of a given album, to upgrade the collection to the full album at a discounted price.

UK telecom giant BT has announced the names of 478 Scottish communities which will be getting its superfast broadband service. The company said that the broadband network will allow 180,000 households and businesses to access superfast broadband speeds of up to 20 Mbps.